Luka Jovic is one of the top prospects in European football right now as his performances with Eintracht Frankfurt have seen him become one of the top transfer targets for the continent's biggest clubs, something Goran Djorovic isn't surprised by.
Djorovic, the former Celta Vigo, Deportivo La Coruna and Elche player and a coach with Serbia's Under-21s, spoke about the 21-year-old striker and explained what he likes most about him.
"The best thing about Jovic is that he is adaptable," the Serbian said on Radio MARCA.
"He is a killer who is progressing well and he has a great goalscoring instinct.
"He has played with us in all kinds of systems and is a player who can adapt, but all will depend on the coach of whatever team he signs for.
"He could fit in with all top teams.
"I know that all the teams are looking at him and I can say a lot more about him than most others because I have coached him for the national team."
For Djorovic, it will also be important for short-term expectations to be realistic.
"I have no doubt that he is one for the future, though there is a need for patience," he stated.
"He understands what it takes to be a professional and has acted like one for four seasons."